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Business – What I learned by being Sick

 

Finally, a new post!

Yes, I know it’s been ages and though I have an excellent excuse, it was still a big no no.

Well, I’ve had 3 severe asthma attacks since September 2014.  It seems like once I thought I was making progress in recovery, it would hit me again.  Mind you, I haven’t had an asthma attack this bad in over almost 15 years.   I guess time was trying to catch up with me, so my outreach into the entrepreneur blog suffered abandonment.

So what did I learn by being sick.  I learned areas of my business that needed improvement; like our blog.  I may have been sick but the entrepreneurs of Success Blossoms were still in need of guidance and the customers to my business and the work load continued to role in.  I learned where I’d been smart enough to have backups and a team to take care of things and where I had not.  So even though our business kept moving as normal, our entrepreneur outreach program, Success Blossoms, met with a set back.  As an entrepreneur you’re always looking at ways to improve your business… being sick forced me to notice quicker than most that our outreach program needed as much back up as our business.

Take it from me, look at your business today and ask yourself, “If I couldn’t do the work, could the work still get done?”  And if the answer is no, then fix it right away because you never know when someone else will need to step in and keep things “a-roll’in”.

P.S.  As a result,  I’m also looking for guest entrepreneur bloggers.  I’m reaching out first to the Success Blossoms membership but will be open to possible consideration of professionals who have proven their excellence in their field as well .  If you think you’d make a good fit, let me know how other entrepreneurs can learn from your stories and experience. Click Here and send a message.

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